Risk based testing is basically a testing done for the project based on risks. Risk based testing uses risk to prioritize and emphasize the appropriate tests during test execution. Risk-driven testing is not just about running a test scenario or a set of test cases to check that things are (still) working, it is about supporting risk management, up to and including running tests against the built system. This article summarizes the differences between risk-driven testing and risk-based testing and outlines which one would be better to consider.
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